Tabular Data Control

What Does Tabular Data Control Mean?

Tabular Data Control (TDC) is a Microsoft ActiveX control that helps webmasters to store data and extract it in different ways. It simplifies the process of working with various types of relational database technologies.


Techopedia Explains Tabular Data Control

With Tabular Data Control, users can extract data from a database without server-side scripting – allowing them to display data in tables or controls in a form. Tabular data control represents one of a number of tools that have helped port database contents onto the web in the age of “Web 2.0” and expanded what webmasters have been able to do with big data.


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